Sherrie Holloway: Professor, Speaker, Musician

Sherrie Holloway: Professor, Speaker, Musician

College Faculty/Department Chair; Professor, Health and Human Performance

Years of Teaching Experience: 31
Education: B.A. and M.A. from Clarks Summit University; M.Ed. From East Stroudsburg University
Hobbies: Being active, reading, family, music
Recent Reads: “New Morning Mercies” by Paul David Tripp, “Crazy Love” by Francis Chan
Favorite Class to Teach: Bible Classes
Little Known Fact: “Music is really important to me. I love the connection and expression it allows in my relationship with God.”
Family Influence: “God graciously gave me a wonderful Christian Heritage. I have three siblings, all married with kids, and all serving God with their whole heart. Family is important to me. God’s really used them to show me so many great character things.”
What has Teaching Taught You?  “You have to be a lifelong learner. Learning how to communicate, learning how to help others learn and learning how to help people make connections is really important. I can’t be so arrogant to think that I know it all. It has taught me humility, to keep learning, flexibility, humility, communication on different levels, to be open-minded and not to assume; did I mention humility?”
Why do you Teach? “I love watching people make connections in the learning process. Teaching gives opportunity to walk alongside of people and help them make connections that will challenge and encourage them in real life. In particular, I enjoy helping people connect biblical truth with their reality and then watch God work in them.”

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